An example of a quadratic equation is 2x² + 4x + 4.

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## quadratic equation

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## quadratic equation

noun

*x*having the general form

*ax*0, where

^{2}+ bx + c =*a, b,*and

*c*are constants and

*a*does not equal zero; that is, the variable is squared but raised to no higher power.

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(*plural* quadratic equations)

- (mathematics) a polynomial equation of the second degree.

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